Show #1616 - Monday, September 16, 1991

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Jon Farrier, an attorney from Grand Rapids, Michigan

Michael Ball, an ordained minister from Hamburg, Pennsylvania

Randy Kaplan, a commodities broker from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
Officially, it wasn't adopted as the national anthem until 1931
    $100 1
French for "spirit of body", it describes group spirit or comradeship
    $100 11
He sold flowers in bar rooms, made toy boats, & gave dancing lessons,
before becoming a "Little Tramp"
    $100 13
The third member of the Trinity, who co-exist with the Father & the Son
    $100 26
In the 1850s, this trendsetter began dying his denim pants with indigo
    $100 21
    $200 5
Jailed after Lincoln's assassination, the government prevented him from reopening his theater
    $200 3
In a Spanish place of business, a sign over a door marked "salida"
means this
    $200 12
This German's transition from silent films to talkies was easy; he didn't talk, he barked
    $200 14
Judaism's kaddish, a prayer sanctifying the Sabbath or a holy day,
is said over a cup of this
    $200 27
These calf length women's slacks of the 1940s were designed for cycling, hence the name
    $200 22
    $300 6
In the Adams-OnĂ­s Treaty of 1819, Spain ceded this state to the U.S.
    $300 4
Italian for "unknown",
it's how you might travel if you wish to remain unknown
    $300 17
This femme fatale, the original vamp, starred in a 1916 silent version of "Romeo & Juliet"
    $300 15
The Capuchin monks were named after this part of their wardrobe
    $300 28
19th century women not only wore these whale parts in their corsets, sometimes they wore them in dresses too
    $300 23
Bay Staters
    $400 7
In 1987, J.J. Pollard got life for conveying secret information to this Middle East country
    $400 8
This Latin word for "earned" frequently follows the name of a retired college professor
    DD: $800 18
Mary Pickford introduced Lillian Gish to this director, who made her a star
    $400 16
From "sajjadat", Arabic for "to bow down", the sajjadat is this object Muslims use in worship
    $400 29
Late 1970s dance style often done to rap music by teenage males in the streets
    $400 24
Granite Boys
    $500 9
In 1924, this former Wisconsin governor received almost 5 million votes for president, but carried only his home state
    $500 10
Japanese for "way of the warrior", it's the code by which a samurai lived
    $500 19
This "Great Stoneface" married Norma Talmadge's sister Natalie in 1921
    $500 20
Term for a papal document from the seal used to authenticate it
    $500 30
Australia, not Hawaii gave us this 1958 toy fad
    $500 25

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Randy Michael Jon
$2,200 $1,600 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Randy Michael Jon
$5,200 $1,900 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
In ancient Greece, lyric poetry was usually sung to the accompaniment of this stringed instrument
    $200 7
In vertebrates, it's the process of reproducing an entire organism from a single cell
    $200 2
Act I of this opera opens on Catfish Row, a section of Charleston, South Carolina
    $200 13
This American composer & conductor did some work under the pseudonym "Lenny Amber"
    $200 21
For much of the 19th century, Ecuador's Chimborazo was believed to be the highest peak in this range
    $200 30
After his death,
Dec. 14th, 1799,
Napoleon declared a week of mourning in France
    $400 3
This epic poem by Homer of adventures after the Trojan War used modern techniques, like the flashback
    $400 8
The first of the artificial elements after uranium, its chemical symbol is Np
    $400 9
In a Rossini opera he was a barber; in a Mozart opera he was Count Almaviva's valet
    $400 14
In 1971 this Canadian Prime Minister married 22-year-old Margaret Sinclair in a secret ceremony in North Vancouver
    $400 22
This Washington State peak has the largest single peak glacier system in the lower 48 states
    $400 29
Except for Cleveland, every elected president from Grant through McKinley was born in this state
    $600 4
The "Father of History" who wrote a 9-volume work on the wars between Greece & Persia
    $600 10
This instrument for detecting & recording earthquakes is basically just a large pendulum
    $600 16
This Verdi opera is based on Shakespeare's "Merry Wives of Windsor" & "Henry IV"
    $600 15
This man, once host of TV's "Life is Worth Living", was appointed Bishop of Rochester, New York in 1966
    $600 23
This volcano overlooking Naples last erupted in 1944
    $600 28
He was the first U.S. president to visit the Berlin Wall
    $800 5
Cicero's and Demosthenes' were among the lives this Greek biographer reviewed
    $800 11
Proteins & peptides are made up of these compounds, often called the building blocks of life
    $800 17
London Opera House
first opened in 1732,
burnt in 1808,
reopened in 1809,
burnt in 1856 & reopened in 1858
    $800 19
Chile's Allende appointed this general Army Commander-in-Chief in August '73 & in September was deposed by him
    $800 24
This isolated volcanic cone in Tanzania rises to two peaks, Kibo & Mawenzi
    DD: $3,200 27
The last decade in which only two different men were president
    $1000 6
Tradition says this "Prometheus Bound" author was killed when an eagle dropped a tortoise on his head
    $1000 12
From the Latin word for "spark", it's the scientific term for a star's twinkling
    DD: $1,500 18
In this Offenbach opera, a poet tells of his three loves, the first being a mechanical doll named Olympia
    $1000 20
General nicknamed "Vinegar Joe", who was in charge of U.S. forces in China in World War II
    $1000 25
Mount Greylock, Massachusetts' highest point, rises in these hills in the northwest part of the state
    $1000 26
He was the last Whig elected president; Fillmore was the last Whig to serve

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Randy Michael Jon
$9,600 $10,400 $3,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

An accomplished author, his masterpiece was a "Practical Handbook of Bee Culture"

Final scores:

Randy Michael Jon
$19,200 $1,599 $5,000
2-day champion: $28,800 3rd place 2nd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Randy Michael Jon
$9,200 $7,500 $3,200
28 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
13 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $19,900

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Game tape date: 1991-08-12
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